Shopping is a pastime enjoyed by many of China’s foreign residents. Clothing, electronics, assorted kitsch items: It’s all affordable. Continue reading China Photo: Shopping and Walking
If you’re from a large city you can appreciate what Sanmenkou Island in Shenzhen has to offer. Few cars, few people: It’s peaceful, quiet, and serene. Continue reading A day on Sanmenkou Island, Shenzhen
It’s easy to forget that Shenzhen is more than just concrete. It’s a sprawling city, the east on the South China Sea. Continue reading A Day at the Beach: A Teaser
The start of things always sets me back: It use to be the start of a school year or term. So much to do, so little time. Now it’s a “real” job. Continue reading 14 things
Would does snake taste like? Chicken? Frog, another legendary chicken-flavored meat, does taste somewhat like chicken, I have discovered. Continue reading Snake: Does it taste like chicken?
With the Japanese at the Changsha city gates, Chiang Kai-shek decided something needed to be done. The Generalissimo decided to burn the entire city. Continue reading Changsha: Wenxi Fire Memorial Bell
October 3, 2009 means three things, a strange convergence of lives, the lunar calendar, and past events. Continue reading 10-3 three-way convergence
Asians around the world are preparing to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival aka the Moon Festival by eating moon cakes. Continue reading Happy Mid-Autumn Moon Festival
China will celebrate National Day, or Guoqingjie, October 1. China turns 60. Continue reading National Day – China turns 60
There is always some madness in love. But there is also always some reason in madness.
Friedrich Nietzsche Continue reading Shenzhen Photo: Partners